Being active, beneficial members of our business community doesn’t just mean excelling in the work we do for our network of clients – it means giving back as well. That’s why the K2 Technologies team recently took part in the Campbell County Fair Youth Livestock Auction to help support local youth.
Technology and technology support are what K2 Technologies does best, but it’s not the only thing our team is passionate about. We’re always thrilled to have a chance to give back to our community in any way that we can, and August presented us with an amazing opportunity to do just that.
As members of a specialized industry, we know the value of a real education – and also the cost. As vital as it is for young, ambitious members of our society to get a quality post-secondary education, it’s not always viable, depending on the circumstances of their upbringing.
It’s for these reasons and more that we proudly purchased a market swine and two market beefs to support local youth at the Campbell County Fair Youth Livestock Auction. Ryan Knievel, Deagan King, and Cody Boller all received the proceeds to offset the cost of their college tuition down the line.
Giving Back However We Can To The Wyoming Community
From community involvement to charitable contributions, the K2 Technologies team strives to make a positive impact on the world around us. Working closely with technology day in and day out serves as a great reminder of just how connected the world is today. It’s so easy to reach out to and collaborate with people around the globe that the idea of not making those connections seems almost impossible.
It’s so incredibly easy to make a positive impact on the lives of complete strangers, so why not take the time and put forth the effort to make sure we’re making the absolute most of our ability to do good?
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